Creating Healthy Boundaries

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If we want children to be internally motivated to behave well, we have to be firm and kind, stay connected to them, and listen to their feelings. A parent still needs to be in charge, though, to create a secure and stable environment for their kids. In particular, parents are responsible for setting boundaries in the household, in order to foster an environment where their children can be heard, but also encouraged to develop patience, self-awareness, adaptability and resilience. Our “Creating Healthy Boundaries” workshop will help parents to understand the ‘Why’ and ‘How’ of setting Healthy Boundaries. Come and find out more so that you can help your child be the best he or she can be.

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Teck Ming & Patrice Lee

About the Workshop Speakers Lee Teck Ming and Patrice Pedjoe Lee have been married for over 27 years and have three adult children. Teck Ming completed his Masters in Architectural Engineering at the University of Kansas. He later received his Masters in Counseling from Monash University, Australia. Patrice obtained her Bachelors degree from the University of California, Berkeley and her Masters in Counseling from Monash University, Australia. Both hold Professional membership in the Singapore Association of Counselors (SAC) and the American Counseling Association (ACA). Well known for their humorous insights and easy-going speaking style, they have conducted workshops for the past 18 years on marriage and parenting in many countries, including United States, Korea, Japan, and Southeast Asia.

Interested, pls contact Ying Jiun (+011 2328 7582) or Chee Tong ( +6012 739 5917)

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